Map Update: Syrian Troops Tighten Siege On ISIS Cells In Safa Area

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Syrian troops are tightening siege on ISIS cells operating in the al-Safa area near the administrative border between the provinces of al-Suwayda and Rif Dimashq.

According to pro-government sources, the Syrian Arab Army and the National Defense Forces have cleared a large chunk of the area southwest of Ardh Safa. On the same time, clashes also continued near Ardh al-Banat, Durs and Shir Tur al-Hawiyah. MORE HERE

Map Update: Syrian Troops Tighten Siege On ISIS Cells In Safa Area

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  • PZIVJ

    SAA needs to take that NW section, and then ISIS will only have lava rock.
    If the rats want to make a deal for the 30 hostages, then ship them to E Homs desert dumping point.
    Or will they migrate from there to Al Tanf area? Attack the trash in much more open area sounds like a good idea, to free the hostages and make things easy for SAA.

    • Dicksonrp

      No need to ship them anywhere…just allow the UNRWA and isrealhell to come in and rescue them!! Syria don’t need to waste their resources here….